A navy strength offering of Ableforth's Bathtub gin that also has a stronger hit of botanicals as well as ABV due to the botanicals getting all bashed up for around 6 months and aged in smaller casks to give greater flavour influence to the spirit.
Navy Strength Bathtub Gin from Professor Cornelius Ampleforth, an exciting experiment indeed. This packs the flavour of the original Bathtub Gin plus more! Think a botanical explosion, along with a much higher bottling strength.
A high strength gin from Hayman Distillers named after the Royal Dock in Deptford, London, which was a well-known base for the British Navy. As for the gin, its brimming with citrus and intense notes of juniper.
Navy Strength meaning you could splash this on gunpowder and it would still set alight, comes this high ABV gin from the Swedish Hernö distillery. A classic and traditional gin hailing back many, many years.
Things just got even better with Kyoto Distilleries navy strength version of their superb Ki No Bi Gin. This higher strength expression was released alongside the Tokyo International Bar Show.
The Navy Strength edition of Rock Rose gin from the Dunnet Bay distillery. The extra alcohol content has really brought their great botanical selection to the forefront here, with lip-smacking notes of pine and angelica.
Tarquins Navy Strength gin from the Cornwall based Southwestern distillery. The Seadog is distilled in their famous Spanish pot still which is heated from an old paella burner, before being bottled at 57% ABV.